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Growing Sage in Home Garden

Salvia officinalis, commonly known as culinary sage, garden sage, or common garden sage, is an aromatic, woody perennial shrub. It thrives in hardiness zones 4-10. In this video, I’m excited to show you how my sage looks at this time of year, both in the raised bed and integrated into the landscape.

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Dome Update for April 2024

April Geodesic Bio Dome Update Vlog

It’s a bustling time of the year, courtesy of the wonderful weather we’ve been experiencing in Ohio. This blog post features a personal vlog and several photos showcasing the happenings inside the dome. Check out the April Geodesic Bio Dome Update here and don’t forget to scroll down for additional content.

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Tree Pickup

Tree Sale | Pickup and Planting Tips

Tree Sale pickup is happening today, and I want to share some planting tips that can help you save money. Check out the video in this post to see what to expect when picking up trees from a sale. I’m thrilled to introduce the new tree and shrub varieties I’m planting in my Ohio garden today.

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watermelon ruffle hibiscus

Watermelon Ruffle Hibiscus

This hardy hibiscus or rose mallow stole my heart this past summer. I am anxiously waiting to see the new stems emerge in the landscape later in the spring. In this post I am sharing a few of my favorite photos and short video featuring the Watermelon Ruffle Hibiscus.

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dahlia and gomphrena

Dahlia and Gomphrena Flowers

Two of my favorite flowers to grow in my home garden are the dahlia and Gomphrena.  From the Summer home garden images I put together the video below.  I hope you enjoy the unique images of how these flowers grow together.

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Toledo Grows Greenhouse Project

The Oneida Greenhouse Project

The Oneida Greenhouse Project is a heartwarming initiative taken by Toledo Grows, an offshoot of Toledo Botanical Garden. It provides a platform for all ages, to work together towards a common goal of giving back to the community.

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common thyme

Winter Herb Cultivating Chat

Herbs are one of my favorite plants to grow year-round. In this post, I will share highlights from my first-ever SPACES session on X (formerly Twitter). During the Thursday 2 o’clock #herbchat, I showcased my indoor herb garden, and I’ll provide tips and tricks to help you start your herb garden.

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